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Rainy season: Kaduna to relocate residents in flood-prone areas

    Rainy season: Kaduna to relocate residents in flood-prone areas

The Kaduna government says it will relocate people living in flood-prone areas across the state as the rainy season begins. According to NAN, the state’s emergency management agency (KADSEMA) announced

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Climate Watch: ‘Spider-man’ picking up trash in Osogbo for a cleaner environment

    Climate Watch: ‘Spider-man’ picking up trash in Osogbo for a cleaner environment

Despite directly impacting our communities, health and livelihood, climate-related reports usually take a back seat to dominant news beats like politics and business. Climate Watch aims to ensure you never

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Flood: Ogun to deploy emergency management teams to LGAs

    Flood: Ogun to deploy emergency management teams to LGAs

Ola Oresanya, special adviser to the Ogun governor on environment, says the state will deploy flood emergency management teams to LGAs as part of efforts to limit the consequences of

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Climate Watch: FEC approves flood intervention contracts ahead of rainy season

    Climate Watch: FEC approves flood intervention contracts ahead of rainy season

Despite directly impacting our communities, health and livelihood, climate-related reports usually take a back seat to dominant news beats like politics and business. Climate Watch aims to ensure you never

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Fashola: Our roads are not as bad as they are portrayed

  Fashola: Our roads are not as bad as they are portrayed

Babatunde Fashola, the minister of works and housing, says Nigerian roads are not as bad as they are portrayed to

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FRSC to motorists: Adopt common sense speed limits during rainy season

  FRSC to motorists: Adopt common sense speed limits during rainy season

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has cautioned motorists to adopt “common sense speed limits” during the rainy season. In

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